Lime marmalade gives a wonderful burst of sweet, citrusy tang to this luxurious braise, which fairly cries out for rice or mashed potatoes as an accompaniment; sautéed chard or baby bok choy would also be nice. You can find the marmalade with the British foods in the international aisle of large supermarkets.
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This was wonderful. I used Sicilian lemon marmalade (plus lime juice and a bit of zest) instead of lime marmalade. Served it with air fryer roasted rosemary potatoes.
Does anyone know whether this recipe could be adapted for regular stovetop cooking without a slow cooker? I'd like to double or triple the recipe but no slow cooker is big enough. Thank you!
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